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What is an Emergency Fund?

Every major financial guru that I know recommends having an emergency fund, and for good reason. This MUST be part of your financial plans as you move forward. Modest, regular funding into an emergency fund will get you to where you need to be over time.

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If You Have a 401k (and you will) It's Time to Know a Little Something About the Stock Market – Short and Sweet

By: Alan McMillan

When it comes to long term investing, usually through a 401k, your money ends up in the stock market and for good reason. Most often it is in mutual funds, which are simply baskets of stocks, bonds, or other mutual funds. The reason for going this...

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How to Manage Your Finances

By: Ben Carpenter

One of the most important aspects of success comes from personal financial management. Despite being a key skill, virtually no young adult understands how to manage their finances well. Simply put, good financial management is nothing more than buying...

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Being Money Smart: Lessons From ‘The Millionaire Next Door’

By: Alan McMillan

I often quote the blockbuster bestseller (a bit dated in its research, but still completely on target) The Millionaire Next Door. The basic lesson is under-consumption for sake of long-term investment and your financial freedom. In this work, authors...

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